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VOL OL VIII NO 164 PENSACOLA A FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING JULY 8 81905 1905 PRICE 5 CENT I N
BLACK SEA FLEET FLEETCHASES FLEETCHA FLEETGHASSr
CHASES CHA ES MUTINEER R
Betel Craft Cr CrAsia a Escapes from Theo Theofesia Thenies
Asia ies a Before Pursuers Ap Appeared Appeared Appeared ¬
peared on Scene SceneTOWN SceneTOWN SceneTOWN
TOWN PROTECTED PROTECTEDInhabitants PROTECTEDIlhaBitants PROUCTEDFeel
Inhabitants h a itants Feel Easier Now NowThat NowThat
That the Fleet i I eel Has HasArrived HasArrived
Arrived ArrivedTHE
1THE 1 1THE
THE MUTINEER HOLDS UP A BRITtsIl BRIT BRITrSH BRITtsH
rSH SHIP AND COALS AT SEA SEATHEN SEATHEN SEATHEN
THEN RELEASES BRITISHER BRITISHERAND
AND SAILS ON HER WAYDOMEST1C WAY WAYDO WAYDOM DO DOMESTIC ¬
MESTIC M DISTURBANCES ARE SE SERIOUS SERIOUS SERIOUS ¬
RIOUS
By Associated Press PressJuly PressXOCOUt1lk PressN
XOCOUt1lk N July Jtd 7 7The The Black Blackarrived Blacka
a nt arrived here tonight t to Bight and w1l1utWld rill willnuthward rillout
out nuthward toward The authorities a t orttJIes have haveI
I A t 1rdtd ir < ied the tows to reoommending recommendingpople
pople Y Ipko set to go upon the streets streetsi z reets reetsa
i 1 i i he Kteaz Potexakine appear appearMsirk appeartIfBirllk appearrlssiyEk
< Msirk < is at the head of o the ther
If > f r the aaaae name on the north northo northnst
tw o nst ut t of the t e Black Sea SeaProtection SeaProtection SeaProtection
Protection Arrives Arrivesdosla Arrivesllosta ArrivesaloMa
dosla July Jt 7 1A A Russian crul crularrived cru crua crula
> a arrived t 118 protect the town towne townillkaeitaDts
> e iBhabUaats who flea fie < < while whileKuu whUeKaiar whileia
Kuu ia > L Potefflkine + Potenk ne was in port are areCapture are1l1DC arefling
fling flingCapture 1l1DC 1l1DCCapture
Capture or Destroy Vessel Vesselsa
< sa Sal July 7Admiral 7 Admiral Ohouknia Ohoukniagraphed Ohouknillp Choukniagraphed
graphed p eQ the Governor General Generalsw
sw that f at the Black Sea fleet has hasordered hasIrdei hasordered
ordered to capture or destroy destroyKniaz destroyKniu destroyKniaz
Kniaz Po4a P Poteinklae PoteinklaeThe 8Rlkine 8RlkineThe ktae ktaeThe
The Mutineer M tineer Escapes EscapesPetersburg EscapeSP EscapesPetersburg
Petersburg P teT bulg July J1 d Y 7 7l24 1248 ti p pTh pThe pThe
Th The Kniae Pete PoteIRIdItC ki lose e escaped escapedn
n Th Theod08 odosia a before the Black Sea Seaarrived Seat
t arrived there from rom Sebastopol Sebastopolnl
nl n ab the fleet did not pat p HIlt t into Theo Theodora T + oo oodoia oodnsia ¬
dora it is premised the warships warshipsrr warskJr
rr r in pursuit uuk of the Kafee Poteakine Poteakinee
The e > advices adi received reeeh hjr r the admirr admir adrairhowever admirhoEvEr
r however are Meagre Me gte and most mostii mostinflicting
ii flirting ft It is considered < poiJsthlEnlli poaslhiEntign possible possibleA
A Ensipn Enlli n and Quartermaster QuartermasterMff
Mff if ff who ho commands com the Kaiaz Kaiaznikine KBIuI
I nikine was advised of the fleets
Principal Pril1cz al Director irecor of the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago Teamsters Strike
a oc
C AFRiCATURE R ATURE SKETCH SKETCH OF CORNELIUS P PiSH iSH SHEA SHEAShea SHEAShea EA EAShea
Shea has recently Tcc ntly come into the public pu pul llc eye ey more or less le s as the principal principaldirector princlpatdirector principaldirector 1
director of the teamsters strike In Chicago
coming < and left Theodosia Theod sia At Atmy Atmyrate any anyrate anyrate
rate it is clear that she coaled from froma I
a British ship which she subsequently subsequentlyreleased sUbseque1tlyreleased subsequeulyreleased
released and then sailed sail away Th Threports Threports Threports
reports as to the direction taken t ken by bythe b bthe bythe
the Kniaz Potompine do not agreeAdmiral agree agreeAdmiral agreeAdmiral
Admiral Wirenius chief of the gen genContinued g ganContinued n nContinued
Continued o Page Four
Attempted Suicide SuicideBefore SuicideBefore SuicideBefore
Before He Was Hung
n flwi i hore Xr rM July J1I1 7 1After After a aa al alI aa
I a tteaapt t te Bpt pt at 8 M4 idde Robert Math Mathas Mathwas < I Ias
was as > Indeed at s sunrise nrise in the jail jailre I
re for the murder of Emma Emman Emmaand
n ns and James Gregson Tao Thewas Taoas
was as committed June 36 1904
Jealousy was the cause Mathley on onthe 01the oathe
the scaffold declared that a woman womanswore womanswore womanswore
swore his lifeaway Ufe away During the night nightMathley DlbhtMathley nightMathley
Mathley tore the veins in his inn innand armand rm rmand
and nearly bled to death before his hisattempted hisattempted hisattempted
attempted suicide was discovered d He Hewas H Hwas Hdwas
was 40 years of age and a contractor
Mother and Daughter DaughterAre
Are Charged With Perjury
By Associated Press PressJuly PressJ1
3 = < July J1 7 1Mrs Mrs Matilda Bon Bondaughter BoniI Bonher
iI her > daughter gkter Marie have havetea ha havetea ye
1 > tea oa charges of f perjury perjuryp
U p > racy ia coaaectioa with withtipt withmpt withrapt
rapt to secure for Charlottei Charlotte Oharlotteitows
V i itows < k > ws share in the estate estateii estateCokmel
ii t Colonel George Gc rge T dine dinefor Clinefor Givew Givefor
w
for which the Bonders BondersTIR
TIR r kg valued at almost b2i b2iwhich 2 2vhteh J
0 hick was toW to Judge Judgefc JudgeBauder
fc O vs Bender and her er daugh daughr daugnIl1u
r t IE nIl1u cii6 ago hangs on their theirr theirnnu
r n nnu c hat Robert Ro rt Cline now nowa
f a e dead millionaire were
one and the same person They declar declared
ed that while posing as Robert Cline dinecattle Clinecattle Clinecattle
cattle buyer from Texas he married marriedCharlotte marriedCharlotte marriedCharlotte
Charlotte Bender Ben er
4 3During t tDuring
During the proceedings before beforeJudge beforeJudgeCutting Judge JudgeCutting JudgeCutting
Cutting and later before the grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury the supposed widow of the mil millionaire mll1ionaire milBonaire ¬
Bonaire did not appear to testify tes ty her hermother hermother hermother
mother and sister saying that she was wastoeing wasbeing wasbeing
being confined c > nfined in an insane asylum asylumJudge as asylumJudge lum
Judge Cutting rolused to recognize recognizethe 1
the claims of Charlotte Bonder and andrecommended andrecommendOO andrecommendeA
recommended that the grand jury ury in investigate in investigate ¬ I Iestigate
vestigate As a result the mother and andsister I Isister I Isister
sister of the claimant wore Indicted Indictedand Indictedand I Iand I
and the indictments kept secret untiltheir until untiltheir untiltheIr
their arrest
Remains of Paul Jones JonesNow JonesNow JonesNow
Now on U S S Brooklyn
By Associated Press Pressirp
n irp July Jut 7 1TJie The Theirng f funeral funeralarng neral neralarng
irng arng the bay fee eN y of Admiral Admirals
q s and S1 Ataericaa AaeriCR sailors sailorsn sailorsarrived
n arrived arriv here from Paris Parisa
l a re Aaeeoraotie Aa gigot oxs crowd ser serhc 5111be surhe
hc railroad 4 station and wit witi witremoval
i A removal 01 the body y t to a av achapel achapel
v chapel erected oa the wharf wharfs wharfb1rioaa
> V b1rioaa s ncaa ric n steaarefcip ip Kae The TheOA TBebeutlfaUr Thebeautifully
OA beautifully b a tttf Hr decorated with witha
1 a escutcheons cutcbeo s from the thenal thenal thenal
nal nal The Americas consul consult
v t Hafai Hatnlte1Ue eritle and od many manyffic man manffi manyficars
ffic ffi ficars rs took part ia the cere cereTne ceret
t Tne A ARtericaB encaa sailors andwere and andre andPff
were Pff re draws wp p in battalion battalionhe
The rh he body bod was borne between betweenng
ing ng French and American Americanhe
he catafalque e where it was wasflags wasc wasa1
c a1 L l vi1L with flags h S ana flowers the
band of the United States at1S flagship flagshipBrooklyn flagshipBrooklyn I
Brooklyn playing the the national anthem anthemThe a anthemThe them themThe
The townspeople townspeoplethen then filed before the thecoffin thecoffin i icoffin
coffin respectfully respec Cully uncovering as they theydid theydid I I Idid
did so so The ceremony of transferring transferringthe transferringe I Ithe
the body of the admiral a ral on board theBrooklyn the theiBrooklyn theBrookl e
Brooklyn Brookl n will 111 take t Mace > Jace at noon to tomorrow tomorro tomorrow ¬
morrow and the squadron will sail at atS ati atJ
S oclock o in the evening for the United UnitedStates UnitedStates limitedStates
States StatesGeneral StatesGeneral StatesGeneral
General Porter Leaves Leaves t < France FranceParis Fr FranceParis nce nceParis
Paris July 7 iGeneral General Eorace orace Por Porter Porter Porter ¬
ter left Paris today t < for Cherbourg Cherbourgwhere Oherbourgwhere Cherbourgwhere
where he will 111 sail for New York on onthe onthe onthe
the steamer Deutscluand Deutsc1 and this evening eveningA
A number of officials and friends ac accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
companied the general to the train and andgave andgaye andgave
gave him a notable expression of es esteem e eteem esteem ¬
teem on the termination ot his long longservice longIservice longservice
service as ambassador r to toFnnc toFnnciJi Francek France
k
iJi
SWEEOEN IS ISNO ISNOi ISNOPREPARING NOW NOWPREPARING
i
PREPARING FOR FORDEFENSE FORAKING
DEFENSE DEFENSETAKING
TAKING PRECAUTIONARY MEAS MEASURES ME MEASURES S SURES ¬
URES TO OFFSET THREAT THREATENING THREATENING THREATENING ¬
ENING ATTITUDE OF OFNORWAY OFNORWAY OFNORWAY
NORWAY NORWAYBy
By Associated PrestStockholm Press PressStockholm PresStockholm
Stockholm July 7 7The The AssociatedPress Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press has high military authority forstating for forstating forstating
stating that Sweden is taking precautionary precau precautionary precautionary ¬
tionary measures on the frontier to tooffset tooffset tooffset
offset the reported threatening attitude attitudeof
of Norway NorwayANOTHER NorwayANOTHER
ANOTHER NEGRO LYNCHEDFOR LYNCHED LYNCHEDFOR
FOR F FLouisville OR THE tt USUAL CRIME CRIMELouisville CRIMELouisvllle
Louisville Ky July 7A 7 A special specialtfrom specialrrom specialfrom
from < < Shelbyville Kyt Ky says sa s Lon LonBeard LonBeard LonBeard
Beard the negro who was arrested arrestedcharged arrestedcharged arrestedcharged
charged with assaulting a white wo woman woman woman ¬
man at Normandy was lynched theretoday there theretoday theretoda
today He was being taken to toShel toShelbjYllle Shelbyville Shel Shelbyville ¬
byville for safe keeping and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the train reached Normandy twenty twentyifive twentyfue twentylve
ifive men entered the coach antf rid riddled riddIed riddied ¬
dIed Beard with bullets as he sat inthe In Inthe
the car carINHALED carINAlED
INHALED fUMES PUMESFROM fUMESfROM
FROM fURNACE FilRMACEBy
By Associated Press PressChattanooga PressChattanoo PressChattanooga
Chattanooga Tenn July 7 7Warn 7Warner Warn Warner ¬
er Carr aged 17 years was found founddead founddead ounddead
dead and two other boys Floyd Long Longand Longand Longand
and Bob Ross unconscious from the theeffects tbeeffects theeffects
effects of inhaling tue tu fumes from rom the theCitico theCitico thet thetCitico
Citico furnace furnace early today All of theboys the theboys
boys came from Knorvllle yesterday yesterdayland yesterdayand
land and went to sleep slee near the furnace furnaceLong furnaceLong furnaceLong
Long is in the hospital and will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably recover while Ross has entirely entirelyrecovered entirelyrecoyered entirelyrecovered
recovered
PRBSltiBNT SPEAKS SPEAKSTO SPEAKSTOTHB
TO TOTHB THE EDUCATORS EDUC TORS
II IIA
A I MYSTERIOUS MYSTEnmUSNEW
NEW NE ORlEANS ORlEANSSmCIOE
0 0SUICIDE SUICIDE SmCIOEGroom
Groom of Six Weeks Attempts to toKill toJ toKill toill
Kill ill Wife and n Then fakes fakesHis TakesHis Tae J s sHis
His Own Life LifeMO LifeI LifeNO
I
1 1NO
NO CAUSE KNOWN KNOWNCOUPLE
COUPLE HAD APPARENTL LIVED LIVEDHAPPILY LIVEDHAPPILY LI ED EDHAPPILY
HAPPILY AND AFFAIRfiAS AFFAIR H A AS CRE CREATED CREfATED CRELATED ¬
fATED A SENSATION SENSATIONWIFE WIFE IS ISYOUNG ISYOUNG ISYOUNG
YOUNG AND EXTREMELY EXTREMELYBEAU EXTREMELYBEAUTIFUL BEAU BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL ¬
TIFUL AND SEEMED TQ T HAVE HAVEHUSBANDS HAVEHUSBANDS HAVEHUSBANDS
HUSBANDS ENTIRE DEVOTION DEVOTIONNew DE onON onONlew
t i iJew
New Orleans July Jul 7 7The The news of
the suicide of o John L Flynn and his hisattempt hisatt hisattempt
attempt att mpt to take the life of his h s charm ¬
ing young wife in the Lamus LamusKaplan Lamus1 hotel at atved athaplan atKaplan
Kaplan yesterday was rece recemorning received ved this thishad thismorning thismorning
morning by a gentleman gentlemanknown vho had hadbride hadknown hadknown
known the man and his youn rount bride bridethey bridethey bridethey
they were only married about six sixweeks sixweeks sixweeks
weeks ago during their short stay sta in inNew inNew inNew
New Orleans The advices from the thescene thtstene thescene
scene of the suicide and th the they attempt attempted ttempted ¬
ed murder state that i linnfired 1inn fired two twoshots twoshots twoshots
shots at his wife and an l then thenx11adng placing the theweapon theWeapon theweapon
weapon to his own breast bt asti fired one onebullet onebul1et onebullet
bullet through his heart Shortly af after aftel after ¬
ter the deep deelwag was committed the thecoro thecoronets coro coroners coroners ¬
ners jury returned a verdict of sui suicide suicide suidde ¬
cide <
cideNo No o news newli s syoung as a to the theco con Son oh o i + ol olyoung OfoungMrs
young oungMrs Mrs Flynn could boSad bo ild up tothe to tothe tothe
the hour of going to press The dis dispatches dispatches dispatches ¬
patches stated merely that Flinn fired firedtwo firedtwo firedtwo
two shots at her but did not say saywhether saywhether saywhether
whether the woman was hurt hurtMotive burtMotive hurtMotive
Motive a Mystery aMysteryJust MysteryJust MysterYJust
Just why wh Flynn tried to take the th life lifeof lifeof lifeof
of his wife and then end his own ownworldly ownworldl ownworldly
worldly worldl sufferings is something of a adeep adeep adeep
deep mystery which will only be besolved beolved besolved
solved when Hon A Villaret of ofBayou o oBayou ofBayou
Bayou Sara La received a letter from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the deceased which was addressed addressedshortly addressed1hortly addressedshortly
shortly before the bloody blood deed was wascommitted wascommitted wascommitted
committed The impression among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the friends of the couple here was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that they were happy when they left leftNew leftNew leftNew
New Orleans for Kaplan some weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago and unless something has occur occurrred occurred occurred ¬
red since then they can assign no rea reason reason reason ¬
son for the rash act actJohn actJohn actJohn
John L Flynn who originally came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from the state of Mississippi though thoughthe I
the dispatches give his home as New NewRoads NewRoads NewRoads
Roads Pointe Coupee parish and andMiss and1Hss and71iss
Miss Virginia Hudson daughter of C CF CP CP
P Hudson of Greely Col were married mar married married ¬
ried on onM May y 27 at the residence and andboarding andboarding andboarding
boarding house operated by C iM r De DeForest Dejorest DeForest
Forest 818 Lafayette Lafa ctte street between betweenCarondelet betweenCaron betweenCarondelet
Carondelet Caron elet and Baronne streets streetsThe streetsThe streetsThe
The wedding ceremony ceromon was perform performed ¬
ed by Rev Dr Ray of o the Carondelet Carondeletstreet Carondeletstreet Carondeletstreet
street Methodist church Two or orthree orthree orthree
three days previous to the marriage marriageMiss marriageMiss marriageMiss
Miss Hudson and her father ofathercame came to toContinued toContinued toContinued
Continued on Page ThreeBASEBA Three ThreeBASEBALL ThreeBASEBALL
BASEBALL BASEBALLJuly IA IAul
July JulyBy J JBy ul 7 7By
s
By Associated Press PressSouthern PressSouthern PressSouthern
Southern League LeagueNashville LeagueNashville LeagueNashville
Nashville 4 Atlanta 5 5Montgomery 5Montgomery 5Montgomery
Montgomery 3 Birmingham 4 4Little 4Little 4Little
Little Rock 1 Memphis 2 2American 2American 2American
American League LeagueWashington LeagueWashington LeagueWashington I
Washington 0 New York 3 first firstgame firstgame firstgame t I
game gameWashington gameWashington gameWashington
Washington 1 New York 5 second secondgame secondgame secondgame
game gamePhiladelphia gamePhiladelphia gamePhiladelphia I
Philadelphia 2 Boston 1 1Detroit 1Detroit 1Detroit
Detroit 1 1 Chicago 4 4St 4St 4St
St Louis 12 12p Cleveland 3 3National 3National 3National
National League LeagueBoston LeagueBoston LeagueBoston
Boston 5 Philadelphia 7 7New 7New 7New
New York 2 Brooklyn Broofd n 6 6Cincinnati 6CincInnati 6Cincinnati
Cincinnati 4 St Louis 9 9ChicagoPIttsburg 9ChicagoPlttsburg 9ChicagoPittsburg
ChicagoPIttsburg no game on ac account account account ¬
count of rain rainSouth rainSouth rainSouth
South Atlantic League LeagueSavannah LeagueSavannah LeagueSavannah
Savannah 5 Augusta 1
J
Tells Them Their Organization OrganizationMost
Most Democratic Institution InstitutionIn I IIn
I ITACIILRS In n Our Government GovernmentTEACHERS GovernmentTEACUERS
TEACHERS IDEALS IDEALSLoftier IDEALSh IDEALSloftier IDEALSLoftier
h
Loftier Than PresentDay Spirit Spiritof
of MoneyGetting MoneyGettingPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT WAS RECEIVED BY BYLARGE BYLARGE BYLARGE
LARGE CROWD AND GIVEN GIVENCHAUTAUQUA GIVENCHAUTAUQUA GIVENCHAUTAUQUA
CHAUTAUQUA SALUTE WHEN WHENHE WHENHE WHENHE
HE APPEARED > BEFORE GREAT GREATBODY GREATBODY GREATBODY
BODY OF NATIONS sCHOOL iSCHOOLTEACH SCHOOLTEACH sCHOOLTEIACHERS
TEACH TEIACHERS TEIACHERSAsbnry ERSw ERSwAsbury ERSIAsbury
Asbury Park P Park kp N J July 7 7Fresl 7Fresldent 7Presldent Presi President ¬
dent Roosevelt arrived here about aboutoclock 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock today and was met at the sta station station staation ¬
tion by a large crowdWhen crowd crowdWhen crowdWhen
When he arrived at the auditorium auditoriumwhere auditoriumwhere auditoriumwhere
where the theconventlon convention of the National NationalEducational NationalEdncatiqnal NationalEducational
Educational Association was beingbeld being beingheld beingheld
held the audience rose and greeted greetedhim reeted reetedhim
him with the Chautauqua salute The Thepresident rhepresident he hepresident
president immediately began the de dedelivery dede1iver dedelivery
delivery of his his address He said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The Presidents Address AddressI
I am glad to have the chance of ofgreeting ofgreeting ofgreeting
greeting the National NationalEducational Educational As Association Association Association ¬
sociation for or in all this democratic democraticland democraticland
land there is no more genuinely dem democratic democratic democratic ¬
ocratic association associ lon than this It la latruly 18trul istruly
truly trul democratic because here each eachmember erichmember eachmember
member meets every other member memberas
as his peer without regard to whether whetherhe
he is the president of one of the great greatuniversities greatuniv greatuniversities
universities univ rslUesor or the newest recruit to tothat tothat tothat
that high and honorable profession professionwhich professionwhich professionwhich
which has in its i s charge the upbringing upbringingand
and training of those toys and girls girlswho girlswho girlswho
who in a few short years e rs will them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves be setting the destinies of this thisnaition thisnaltion thisnaitlon
naition It is not too much to say that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the most characteristic chnr teristic work ofvihe ofviherepublic of oftherepublic the
republic is that done dOl1eby by the educators educatorsfor
for whatever our shortcomings as a anation anation anation
nation may ma be we have at least firm firmly tlrnly lirnily ¬
ly grasped the fact that WP w > can not do doour doour doour
our part in the difficult and allimpor allimportant ¬
tant work of selfgovernment that wecan we wecan wecan
can not rule and govern ourselves un unless unless unless ¬
less we approach pproa theinsk the fask with devel developed devsloped developed ¬
oped minds and trained tral ied characters charactersYou
You teachers make the whole world worldyour worll1your worldyour
your debtor If you ou did not db d your yourwork yourwork yourwork
work well this republic would not en endure endure n ndure ¬
dure beyond bey beyondthe ndthe the span of the generation generationMoreover generationMoreoyer generationMoreover
Moreover as an incident to your our avow avowed avowed avowed ¬
ed work you render some wellnigh wellnighunbelievable wellnighunb well nlgh nlghunb
unbelievable unb llevable service to the country
Fur instance you render to the repub republic ¬
lie the prime the vital service of amal amalgamating amalgamating amalgamating ¬
gamating into one homogenous body bodythe bodythe bodythe
the children alike of those who are areborn areborn areborn
born here and of those who come here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from so many different lands abroad abroadYou abroadYou abroadYou
You furnish a common training and andcommon andcommon andcommon
common ideals for the children of all allthe allthe
the mixed peoples who are here being beingfused beingfused
fused into one nationality It is in no nosmall nosmall nosmall
small degree due to you ou and your ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts that we are one people instead insteadof
of a group of jarring peoples peoplesMoney peoplesMoney peoplesMoney
Money Is Necessary NecessaryMoreover NecessaryMoreover NecessaryMoreover
Moreover where altogether too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much prominence Is given to the mere merepossession merepodsesslon merepossession
possession of wealth the country is isunder Isunder Isunder
under heavy obligations to such a abody abody abody
body as this whlchsubstltutes which substitutes for the theideal theideal
ideal of accumulating money mon the intt inttnltely Intinitely Intlnitely
nitely loftier nonmaterlalltic ideal of ofdevotionto ofdeyotioI1to ofdevotion
devotion to work worth doing simply simplyfor
for or that works sake I do not In the theleast theleast theleast
least underestimate the need of hay having hayIng haying
ing material prosperity prosp r1t as the basis of ofour orcivilization ofour
our civilization but I most earnestly earnestlyinsist earnestlyinsist earnestlyinsist
insist that if our civilization does not notbuild notbuild notbuild
build a lofty superstructure on this thibasis thisbasis thisbasis
basis we can never rank among the thereally thereally thereally
really great peoples A certain certainamount certainamount certainamount
amount of money Is ofjcourse of course a neces necessary necessary necessary
sary thing as much for the nation as asfor adfor asfor
for the individual and there are few fewmovements fewmovements fewmovements
movements in which I more thorough thoroughly thoroughlybelleve
ly lybelleve believe than in the movement movemento movementto
to secure better remuneration for forour forlour forour
our teachers t But after all the ser service serryice service
ryice vice you yourender render is incalculable be because because
cause of the very fact that th t by b your yourlives yourlives yourlives
lives you show that you OU believe ideals idealsto
to be worth sacrifice and that you ou are aresplendidly aresplendidly aresplendidly
splendidly eager to do 0 nonremunera nonremuneralive nonremunerative
live work if this work I Ir of good to toyour toyour
your fellowmen fellowmenThe
The Real Danger D nger of f Wealth WealthTo
To furnish in your Our lives stich a real realIzed realized realIzed
Ized high ideal is to do a great ser service service service
vice to the country The chief harm harmdone harmdone harmdone
done by the men m ll of swollen fortune to tothe tothl tothe
the the community is not the harm that thatthe thathe thatthe
the demagogue is apt to depict a aspringing as asspringing asspringing
springing from their th ir actions nctlon3but but the thefact theftct thefact
fact that their theirsucc success s sets up a false falsContinued falseContinued falseContinued
Continued on Page Five
WANT W ANT ADS ARE CASH CASHThe I IThe
The public pubUcis is is requested to o note again that Want Ads must be paid for in Ch Chwhen cshwhen cashwhen
when the copy comes to the office o Thafford The rate on them is is so low that The Journal cannot caimotafford cahnotafford
afford to hire a bookkeeper and a collector collectcash or to take care of the Want Ad accounts a The Therule Thcash
cash rule applies to the Want Ad page business
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GAINESVILLE GA QBTJ QBTJSTATE UETJ GET GETSTATE
STATE UNIVERSITY
t
THREW HIS BABY BABYI BABYINTO
I INTO THE THERIVER THERIIER
RIVER RIVERChicago
Chicago Father Tossed Six SixMonthsOld SixMonths SixMonthsOld
MonthsOld Months OId infant Over Bridge BridgeInto Brid BridgeInto e eInto
Into Water Where It ItDrowned ItDrowned t tDrowned
Drowned DrownedChicago DrownedCblcago DrownedChicago
Chicago July 7 7John John Wlchar 22 22years 22years 22years
years old has been arrested charged chargedvith chargedwith d dwith
with drowning his sixmonthsold boy boyn boyIn boyin
In n the Chicago river The arrest fol folowed followed followed
lowed ther the recovery of the t e body bo y today todayand todayand todayand
and the identification of the man by byAnna byAnna byAnna
Anna Wicker the childs mother She Shesaid Sl1asaid Shesaid
said Wicker left home after a quir quirrel qutreI guurel
rel saying Ill take care of thiskid this thiskid hiskid
kid
According to the moher Wicber Wicberhad Wicberhad Wlcberhad
had objected to supporting the child childand chUdand childand
and been arrested on her complaint complaintfor
for failure fallurefn in this respect respectAfternoon respectAfternoon respectAfternoon
Afternoon ReportChicago Report ReportChicago ReportChIcago
Chicago July 7 7Myswry Mystery surrounds surroundsthe
the identity of a welldressed man manwho manwho manwho
who has thrown a sixmonthsold baby babynto
Into the north branch of the Chicago Chicagoriver Chicagorlyer Chicagoriver
river near the Webster avenue rail railroad ranl railroad
road bridge The baby was drowned drownedand I Iand
and its body was recovered by the theridge thebridge thebridge
bridge tender who witnessed the act actand actand I Iand
and fished the baby out with a pole poleTwo poleTwo poleTwo
Two men saw the deed but thechild the thechild thechild
child murderer escaped although an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt was made to catch him The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only clew the police have to work on onis onIs I
is a description of f the culprit furnish furnished ¬
ed by the witnesses He Is s believed believedto
to be the father of the child childAMERICANS childAM child4R4
AMERICANS AM ERI GLNS JR AREGETTING ARE 4R4GUTTING 4 4GETTING
GETTING NERVY NERVYNew
New York July 7 7For For the first firstLime firsttime firsttime
time since Raissulis raids on the road
from Tangier to Fez two American Americantourists Americantourists Americantourists
tourists have undertaken the journey
to the Moorish court by the direct directoverland directoverland directoverland
overland route says the Tangier cor correspondent COIrespondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Herald They are areJames areJames areJames
James Roosevelt a relative of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president and J C White son of the lhaAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American ambassador to Italy They Theyare Theyaro Theyare
are bearers of a letter of introduction introductionto
to several court dignitaries
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The Sultan Sult Acts Promptly PromptlyOn I Iof
On the American Protest A of
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By Associated Press PressConstontinople PressConstontlnople PressConstontinople
Constontinople July 7Tbe 7 The Amen American Amerlan Amencan ¬
can an protest on the indignity to which whichAA A AA AA
A Gardiuli the first dragoman dr goman of tho tholegation tholegation thelegatlon
legation was subjectedoy subje ted r Dy the police policebrought policeprought polleebrought
brought prompt redress The sultan sultanimmediately sultanImmedi sultanimmediately
immediately Immedi tely after he became aware
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of the situation sent Galll Bey tha thaintroducer thaIntroducer theintroducer
introducer of ambassadors to call on onMinister J j
Minister Mini ter Leishman at Prinkipoa Is Island Island Island ¬
land to express to him his most sin sincere sincere sincore ¬
cere regrets and to announce that the thaspy thesp
sp spy y had been instantly dismissed Tho Thoincident Th o oincident il I
incident is thus closed
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Tennessee Jim Crow CrowLaw CrowLaw
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Law Puzzles Them ThemJ I
By Associated Press PressNashville PressNashYil1e PressNashville
Nashville Tenn July 7 7The The new newTennessee newTennessee newTennessee
Tennessee street car law meets with witha
a puzzling situation at Bristol Tenn TennTwothirds TennTwothlrds TennTwothirds
Twothirds of the car line Is on the thdstate thostate thestate
state line between Tennesee and Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia being In the middle of f State Statestreet Statestreet Statestreet
street dividing the cars lengthwise lengthwiseThis
This puts onehalf in Tennessee TeIines Tennesee ee andthe and andthe andthe
the other half in Virginia Negro pas ¬
sengers In order to avoid the law will willneed willneed J
need only to occupy the Virginia side sideof sideof
of the car but the negroes on theTennessee the theTennessee thoTennessee I
Tennessee side are forced to occupy a acertain acertain acertain J
certain space spaceThe spaceThe spaceThe
The situation Is such as perhaps perhapswould perhapswouM perhapswould
would not occur at another place in inthe 3 3the
the United States since the state line
is exactly exactl In the center of State street streetand streetand 3troetand 1
and exactly in the center of the street streetcar straetcar
car line
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Official Announcement Announcementof
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of Roots Appointment
By Associated Press PressOyster PressOyster PressOyster
Oyster Bay N Y July 70illclaannoun 7 7omcla 7omclaannoun Official Officialannouncement
announcement announ ment was made ma heretoday heretodaythat here today todaythat todaythat
that EnJnu E u Root has been appointed appointedsecretary appointedsecretary appointedsecretary
secretary of state The announcement announcementwas
was made today on the authority of ofPresident ofPresiqEnt ofPresident
President Roosevelt the following followingstatement followingstatem followinggstatement
statement statem nt was given out by Secretary SecretaryLoeb fjecretaryT secretaryLoeb
Loeb T u uCJmihu
LoebBlihu Blihu Root has accepted the tenderby tender tenderby tenderby
by the president of the secretaryship secretaryshipof
of state He will take the oath of of office orflee oflice ¬
flee in a couple of o weeks we ks but it will willnecessarily wUlnecessarily willnecessarily
necessarily be e some little time before beforehe
he closes up his business affairs aff lrs He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will not go to Washington Washl gton permanent permanently p r anent anently ¬
ly until some time in in September SeptemberRoosevelt SeptemberRoosevelt Se > ftemberRoosevelt
Roosevelt Gratified GratifiedPresident GratifiedPresIdent GratifiedPresident
President Roosevelt Is much grati gratified graUfiedat gratifled ¬
fled fiedat at Mr ir Roots acceptance and Is Isdeeply Isdeep1y isdeeply
deeply sensible of the personal sacri sacrifices sacrIfices sacris
fices s made hy b Mr MrR1 Root ot In again tak taking takIng taklug
ing upon him the burdens and duties dutiesof
of a member r of the cabinet cabinetThe blnet blnetThe i iThe
The decision of Mrt M Root was reach reached reached ¬
ed d jftnalJy pa the th presidents PJ Identa lden ff special
j Hard Fought Battle Between TWO TWOFlorida TwoFlorida TwaFlorida
Florida Cities for Great Insti Institution luststution Institution
tution of Learning LearningVOTE LearningTallahassee
Ii IiVOTE
VOTE STOOD 6 TO 4 4Tallahassee 4Tallahassee
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Tallahassee Will Retain Female FemaleCollege FemaleCollege
College CollegePRESIDENTSSLEDDANDMURPHEE CollegePRESI CollegePRESIDENTS
PRESIDENTS PRESIDENTSSLEDDANDMURPHEE PRESIDENTSSLEDDANDMURPHEEBOTH PRESI DENTS SLEDD SLEDDAND AND MURPH MURPHEE MURPHEEBOTH EE EEBOTH
BOTH REAPPOINTED WITH THE THEPOWER THEPOWER THEPOWER
POWER TO SELECT THEIR OWN OWNFACULTIES OWNFACULTIES OWNFACULTIES
FACULTIES SUBJECT TO APPROVAL AP APPROVAL AP4rpROVAL ¬
PROVAL OIF BOARD BOARDSpecial
J JSpecial tSpecial
Special to The Journal JournalTallahassee JournalTallahassee
Tallahassee July 7 7The The state stateboard Sentboard stateboard
board of control which was appointed appointedunder aPPol1ter1under appointedunder
under the Buckman bill to decide the teelocations thelocations thelocations
locations of the various state Institu Institutions InsUtuUons institutions ¬
tions of learning has decided to locate
the schools as follows followsState followsState followsState
State University UniversityGainesville UniversityGainesvilleFemale Gainesville GainesvilleFemale
Female College CollegeTallah CollegeTallahasscmBlind Tallahassee TallahasseeBlind see seeBlind
Blind Deaf and Dumb Institute lnstituteSt lnstituteStAugustine instituteStAugustine St StAugustine
Augustine AugustinePresident AugustinePresident AugustinePresident
President Sledd of the State Univer University Unlversity ¬ I Isity
sity and President Murphee of the theFemale heFemale 1e 1eFemale
Female College were both reappoint reappointed
ed with power to select their own ownfacnlties ownfaculties 3 3faculties
faculties subject to the approval ol olthe otthe orthe
the board
A Hard Fight FightThe FightThe FightThe
The fight for the location of the theState theState theState
State University by Lake City aad aadGainesville andGainesville J JGainesvme
Gainesville was a hard one and tho tmvote thovote i ivote
vote which decided It stood 6 to 1 In Infavor infavor J
favor of Gainesville Tallahassee was Waathe was wasthe wasthe
the unanimous choice of the board tor t tthe
the Female College CollegeGainesville CollegeGainesville
Gainesville will have the state nor normal nlJrmal normal 1
mal school this year and in accordance accord accordance accordance ¬
ance with a resolution passed by rhe rheboard teboard h Ii Iib
board b O ard the buildings at Lake City will Wi willbe 11 j
be used for one year by the University 1niyersityuntil Universityuntil
until those at Gainesville can be con constructed constructelL cony conystructeL 11 11be
> structed structedTWO structelLTWOCltDREN structeLTWO
TWO TWOCltDREN CHILDREN CHILDRENARE J JARE r rR
ARE R NOW DEADBy DEAD 4 4By
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By Associated Press PressPittsburg PressPittslmrg s sPittsburg
Pittsburg Jply 7 71WO Two children childrenare
are dead another Is painfully burnedand burned burnedand burnedand
and Sir and Mrs Irs Charles Ch rles Brandt tho thoparents thoparents
parents are in a serious condition as asthe asthe asthe c
the result of the explosion of an oil oillamp oillamp 4 4l
lamp l mp at their home on Robinson Robinsonroad Robinsonroad Robinsonroad
road Spring Hill Allegheny City Citylast Citylast 1
last night J
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train during the return of the presi ¬ J
dential party from Cleveland oCl eveJ and For Forpersonal Forpersonal i
personal reasons entertained both by
the president and by Mr Root it was Y Ydeemed
deemed desirable not to announce tha
decision publicly until the president
had returned to t Sa Sagamore gamoro Hill It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was determined therefore that the offi official omcial official ¬
cial statement of the presidents ten ¬
der and Mr Roots decision to accept ac ept
it would be todayWill today todayWill to a aWill
Will Assume AsumeDutles Duties at Once OnceIt
It is the intention of oftlr Mr Root to toassume toassume toassume
assume the duties of secretary o ostate of ofstate
state practically at once although It Itwlll It Itwill Itwill 1
will be perhaps two weeks before he heformally h e eformally t tformally
formally will take the oath of office officeHis officeHis
His professional P interests are so 0 large largethat largethat largethat
that he will have to devote consider considerable considerable considerable ¬ j
able timeto time to a satisfactory arrange arrangement arrangement arrangewent ¬ <
ment of them thembeCore before he goes to Wash Washington Washington Washlngton ¬
ington to take permanent charge of ofthe ofthe l lthe
the state department departmentWhen departmentWhen
When he takes active charge of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment 4
department he will give up entirely entirelYh1
h1 law practice pra ractice racticer t1ce
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